Panel P044, European Association of Social Anthropologists 2022: Transformation, Hope and the Commons, Belfast



Aylin Yildirim Tschoepe (University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland)
Carolin Genz (Humboldt-University of Berlin)

Discussant: Alain Müller (University of Basel)

Pandemic experiences influence infrastructures of sociality and potentiate social and spatial injustice. We collaboratively search for paths toward visionary pragmatic lifeworlds, taking entangled commons as commitment to coexistence, diversity, inclusion, and a critical look at (un)common sense.

We invite contributions that engage with various aspects of entangled commons. Multimodal work, inter-/transdisciplinary collaborations, and action research is particularly encouraged!

Please find detailed information about the Panel Entangled Commons and submit your contribution through the “Propose Paper” button until March 21.

We are excited to receive your submission!

Posted in UEL
Posted by:Dr. Carolin Genz

Dr. Carolin Genz is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Lecturer at the Department for Cultural and Social Geography at the Humboldt-University and Research Associate in the Collaborative Research Centre 1265 "Re-Figuration of Spaces" in the project area "Knowledge of Space" at Technische Universtität Berlin. As an urban anthropologist in the intersecting fields of social anthropology, human geography, and urban studies, she constantly develops ethnographic methods to capture the socio-spatial constitution of urban practices. Her research focuses on spatial theory and practices of resistance, housing, and gender.

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